County School Enrollment Up 65 Students At 10th Day

Thursday, August 22, 2013

After showing a decline at the fifth day, Hamilton County enrollment numbers are up 65 students at the 10th day.

Tenth day numbers show 42,500 students - up from 42,435 at the 10th day last year.

The high school total is 11,736.

The middle schools have 9,723 students.

Elementary enrollment is at 21,041.

The brand-new Ooltewah Elementary gained 284 students, including students who formerly attended the now-closed Birchwood School. With the new school open, Smith had a 100-student drop and Snow Hill was down 73.  

Orchard Knob gained 56. Donaldson Elementary was up 42 students and East Ridge Elementary up 32. CCSE had a 57-student gain. Hardy was down 42 students.

Ooltewah Middle gained 77 students and Orchard Knob 59. Sale Creek Middle was up 47 students. Soddy Daisy Middle lost 66 and Brown was down 30.

Brainerd High had a drop of 50 students and now stands at 581 students. Howard lost 26 and is at 562. Tyner Academy gained 19 students to go to 582.

Soddy Daisy High is down 79 students to 1,266. Signal Mountain lost seven students to drop to 715 students. East Hamilton lost 10 students and stands at 1,086. Hixson High gained 37 students to move to 892. Red Bank lost 13 to fall to 717. Sale Creek High picked up 43 students to move to an enrollment of 280. Lookout Valley dropped two and is at 192. Central High lost 23 to move to 909. East Ridge High lost nine students and is at 823. 


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